Motor Action Football Club

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Motor Action Football Club
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Full nameMotor Action Football Club
Nickname(s)Mighty Bulls


Motor Action Football Club is a Zimbabwean based professional football club. The club has won several accolades locally, and has performed at various international tournaments.

Brief History[edit]

Motor Action Football Club was formed in 2000 when Eric Rosen acquired the Blackpool Football Club franchise.[1]

Relegation, Sale Rumours and Renovations[edit]

Motor Action were relegated from top flight football in 2013. [2] In 2014 Eric Rosen put up the club for sell citing financial difficulties.[3]

Rosen turned the Motor Action Sports Club into a lively hub of a variety of entertainment in late 2014 moving away from being home to Motor Action Football Club. The place was revamped into a concert venue that offers a professionally refined space for outdoor and indoor events.[4]

Club Achievements[edit]

  • 2011 BancABC Sup8r Cup
  • 2005 Silver Jubilee Independence Trophy[5]

Former Managers[edit]

  1. Rahman Gumbo
  2. Joey Antipas


Popular Players who played for Motor Action[edit]


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References[edit]

  1. , Enock Muchinjo, Muchinjo: Eric Rosen leaves legacy of vision, New Zimbabwe, published: January 27, 2016, retrieved: June 13, 2016
  2. ,Winstone Antonio/Mukudzei Chingwere, Motor Action, Tripple B relegated, Southern Eye, published: October 27, 2013, retrieved: June 13, 2016
  3. , Rosen puts Motor Action up for sale, New Zimbabwe, published: February 8, 2014, retrieved: June 13, 2016
  4. ,Simbarashe Manhango, Motor Action club now sleek entertainment joint, NewsDay', published: October 30, 2014, retrieved: June 13, 2016
  5. ,Henry Mhara, Former Motor Action owner Rosen dies, NewsDay, published: January 25, 2016, retrieved: June 13, 2016